A 1937 American screwball comedy film directed by Leo McCarey and starring Irene Dunne and Cary Grant. Based on a 1922 play by Arthur Richman, the film follows a distrustful couple who divorce and try to sabotage each other's romances. The film was a box office hit and won for Best Director.
The Awful Truth: Directed by Leo McCarey. With Irene Dunne, Cary Grant, Ralph Bellamy, Alexander D'Arcy. A married couple file an amicable divorce, but find it harder to let go of each other than they initially thought.
The Aweful Truth (1937) " The Awful Truth is a 1937 American screwball comedy film directed by Leo McCarey and starring Irene Dunne and Cary Grant. Based on the 1923 play The Awful Truth by Arthur Richman, the film recounts how a distrustful rich couple begins divorce proceedings, only to interfere in one another's romances."
A classic comedy about an urbane couple who divorce and a meddling neighbor who intervenes in their lives. Starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunne, this 1937 film is a warm but unsparing comedy about human folly and romance.
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Married couple Lucy and Jerry Warriner both suspect the other of cheating and find themselves in divorce court. The divorce is granted - the only point of contention is who gets their dog, Mr. Smith. They soon have significant others. Lucy starts seeing her neighbor from across the hall, Daniel Leeson while Jerry is seeing Barbara Vance.
The Awful Truth is a classic screwball comedy film from 1937, starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunne as a married couple who agree to divorce after a series of mishaps. The film is based on a play by Arthur Richman and explores themes of romance, marriage, and deception.
Awful Truth, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) The Road To Reno Jerry (Cary Grant), who has not really been in Florida for two weeks, entertains friends (Bess Flowers, Wyn Cahoon, Scott Colton, Robert Allan) until Lucy (Irene Dunne, her first scene) shows up with her aunt (Cecil Cunningham) and a companion (Alexander D'Arcy), early in Leo McCarey's The Awful Truth, 1937.
The rooster and the hen! Lucy & Jerry Warriner strain their marriage by suspecting each other of cheating, so much so, a day in court leaves them with a 90 day prelude to a divorce. Sure enough, though, love never quite runs as expected, and can indeed be a truly complex thing, especially when the other parties involved are human, a cheeky cat ...